Kanye West treated fans in Jackson Hole, Wyoming to an earful of his much-anticipated new album, “Ye.”
Almost immediately, Twitter lit up with reviews of the project.
It seems Kanye still has many of his musical fans, despite being in the middle of controversy oftentimes.
Ye really a genuis. This album is dope but I’ll be honest. I feel concerned for bro. It feels like he’s loosing his grip but still extraordinarily talented. I pray for healing and joy. Kanye has been my biggest musical inspiration and I hope his journey leads to peace. 🙏🏾— Derek Minor (@thederekminor) June 1, 2018
The funny thing is folks that were all rah rah about cancelling Ye don’t even have enough self control to at least pretend they aren’t steaming the album.— Hak33m 🇳🇬 (@PrinceHAK33M) June 1, 2018
Funny how people keep enabling Kanye after he made those Slavery remarks, came out MAGA etc. people are too quick to forget that & buy #ye , those of you who complained before & bought the album, i don't wanna hear you complain next time.— Brian (@BrianSwiftie13) June 1, 2018
This Ye album isn't bad but not good enough for him to be doin all he was doin— ment nelson (@mentnelson) June 1, 2018
I gave it an honest open listen. The beats are pretty and some of the singing is nice. The rapping is absolutely terrible. Kanye does not sound crazy, he's incoherent & self indulgent. He sounds bi-polar & shallow. He is saying nothing. Unfortunately "ye" is Kanye's worst album.— Matthew D'Souza (@OceanSage771) June 1, 2018
Oh my gosh Ye. Thank you 🙏 @kanyewest— Luke Armstrong (@armstrong_luke) June 1, 2018
Kanye outdid himself with this "Ye" album. It feels like a mixture of all his old album vibes mixed in with some of his self realization about how the world works and who he really is. 🏆— Branden Hampton (@CEO) June 1, 2018
Y'all really streaming Ye? pic.twitter.com/bn8OuTkhIK— Thing 1 (@Live_In_Concert) June 1, 2018
Listening to Kanye West’s new album, no matter how good it may be, is like following the Pied Piper into the river to drown.— Kaivan Shroff (@KaivanShroff) June 1, 2018
America can no longer afford cultural icons that will say and do anything for attention at the expense of the least fortunate among us. #YE